Anyone who checks the paper regularly for foreclosure notices can spot that there aren’t many as of late. Some of the larger firms handling the bulk of foreclosures have come to a grinding halt ...Read More »
Rochester’s City Council announced a special mayoral election for the spring, city officials said earlier this week. The special election isn’t official yet, but there will be at least two candidates this spring ...Read More »
The Rochester City Council is expected to vote this month on whether it will appoint a temporary mayor or hold a special election this spring. There has been some debate within the City Council on how to handle the situation with Mayor Robert Duffy steping down Jan. 1.Read More »
Imagine having to pay insurance on your neighbor’s car — one you didn’t purchase, maintain or even drive. You have no say in where they go, how they drive or the risks they take on the road. Imagine the neighbor drinks too much and hits someone, then the victim sues you.Read More »
Deputy Mayor Thomas Richards announced Thursday his intentions to run on the Democratic line for the soon-to-be vacant mayoral seat. Richards held a press conference at the Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial, surrounded by about 50 supporters ...Read More »
The hourglass is half empty, and time may be running short on traditional hourly billing, the most popular method used by attorneys in the region and the nation. Alternative billing is nothing new, but it’s stirred many responses from attorneys as its popularity grows ...
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